Matthew Wade Angry reaction RCB vs GT: Without much of doubt, the Indian Premier League (IPL) is one of the most competitive and pressure T20 tournaments played all around the globe. As seen over the years in the IPL, there have been some moments during the game where players have failed to control their emotions. In the today IPL 2022 match, the Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) are locking horns with the Gujarat Titans (GT) at the Wankhede Stadium in Mumbai.
In a massive moment during the game, Gujarat Titans’ Matthew Wade was given LBW out by the on-field umpire and the batsman instantly went for the Decision Review System (DRS). However, after having a look at the replays, the third umpire also gave the same decision. But Wade looked very much disgusted as the Australian wicket-keeper batsman was quite convinced that the ball had definitely hit his bat first before crashing onto the pads.
Matthew Wade was seen getting really angry while going back to the dressing room where he threw his helmet and even smashed the bat to vent out his anger on the controversial umpiring decision. In a great fair play moment, Royal Challengers Bangalore’s Virat Kohli was seen trying to console Wade while leaving the crease.
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After winning the toss and opting to bat first, the Gujarat Titans did not had the best of starts as they ended up losing two big wickets inside the first six overs of the powerplay. Glenn Maxwell took a brilliant one-handed catch in the slips to send back Shubman Gill before trapping Matthew Wade in front of the stumps. The Gujarat Titans suffered a big blow when the dangerous-looking Wriddhiman Saha was dismissed as RCB captain Faf du Plessis displayed a stunning effort in the field with a perfect direct hit.
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However, the duo of skipper Hardik Pandya and David Miller have added a crucial partnership and the Gujarat Titans are currently 122 for 3 after the end of 16 overs.
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